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... In particular Oak Creek Canyon and Slide Rock. The drive there was a bit like driving through the Grampians except the trees were Pine instead of Gum and the rocks were red and white instead of Granite. Narrow windy roads, lots to see, thankfully we were on the downhill run not the uphill. I'm not sure our super powerful Dodge would have climbed very well. Blacky thinks it has a whole 2ltres under the hood. Certainly had to ...
Today was a calm day. First of all, we went to tuzigoot. Tuzigoot is a place the Indians made a long time ago out of stone stuff. In the information building it told us everything about it. After tuzigoot, we went in to cottonwood, clarkdale and Jerome and walked around the old town. Jerome was a ghost town 50 years ago but now it has lots of shops and artist colonies. We ate out and then went back to the condo. Now we are packing up cause we leave Sedona and Arizona in the ...
... 66 and Flagstaff was one of them. The restaurant had a big eye-catching structure out front that seemed to celebrate Route 66 and is/was used to attract travelers into the establishment while they were traveling down the road and a marker was placed on the building as well. We've seen a lot of paraphernalia on the Historic route for sure.
It was fun to sit down and have another huge family dinner together. While we waited we ...
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2. Be good to others. Forget the promise of a future reward (heaven, karma, whatever you believe) and think about something much more tangible. With such extremes in a narrow time frame, it was easy to reflect: apathy looks miserable. Are happy people more inclined to helping others? Maybe the ability to do good things is the reward. And maybe, just maybe it's the good deeds ...
... that are registered to drive here. Bit of a pain, if we had planned that earlier, we could have actually gone to Hoover dam as we wouldn't have been so rushed today. ------ Made it to the Grand Canyon, $25 to get in which is apparently a "Road Permit", no big deal, just sounds expensive when you think you are just driving on a road. It actually probably turned out to be the cheapest an most we'll worth money spent so far, Grand Canyon ...